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Image from web page 59 of “The normal history of Uk birds, or, an array of probably the most rare, beautiful and interesting wild birds which inhabit this nation : the information from the Systema naturae of Linnaeus : with general observations, either original
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Identifier: naturalhistoryof31796dono
Title: The all-natural reputation for British birds, or, A selection of many uncommon, beautiful and interesting wild birds which inhabit this country : the descriptions from the Systema naturae of Linnaeus : with general findings, either original or collected through the most recent & most esteemed English ornithologists : and embellished with figures, drawn, etched, and coloured through the initial specimens
12 Months: 1794 (1790s)
Writers: Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837 Latham, John, 1740-1837 Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798 Gilbert, Richard, 1794-1852, printer Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837. All-natural history of the nests and eggs of Brit wild birds Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778. Systema naturae. Regnum animale F. and C. Rivington (Firm), writer F., C. and J. Rivington (company), author Law and Gilbert, printer R. & R. Gilbert (company), printer Leverian Museum (London, The United Kingdomt)
Topics: Birds
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age Hawk. Edw. 225. male.Hen-harrier. Pennants Brit. Appliance N° 58. /, 28*Lath. Gen. Syn. I. p. 88. 74, F 3U PLATE LIX. Le Lanier cendre. Brif. orn. I. p. 365. N° 17.Le Foucon a Collier. Do. 1. />. 345. N° 7. ;»#&.LOifTeau St. Martin. Buff. oif. 1. />. 212.—PL enl 459.Grau-weiiTe Geyer. Frijch. I. 79. 80,Rubetarius. TurnerL numerous writers have actually fuppofed the Ring-tail become the feminine of theHen-harrier, but Mr. Pennant does not fubfcribe to the generalopinion ; he obferves associated with the Ring-tail, from fome belated obferva-tions by the infallible guideline of diffe&ion, guys being found ofthis fpecies. And Mr. Latham, after observing the opinion ofPennant, fays, to the I may include my very own obfervations; theBird we today polfefs, as an Englijh fpecimen, becoming fet straight down in mynotes as a male. The Hen-harrier is quite deftructive towards the youthful chicken, fkimsthe floor with regards to flies, and will not perch on trees. Lengthfeventeen inches, breadth three feet three inches^ body weight twelveounces. PLATE 6o

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PLATE LX. MOTACILLA RUBETRA. WHINCHAT. Passe res.Bill conic, pointed, Noftrils oval, broad, naked. GENERIC CHARACTER. Bill ftrait, {loan provider. Tongue jagged. PARTICULAR CHARACTER AND STNO NTMS. Above reddifh brown, with dark fpots. Beneath reddifh yellowish,a white flroke over the eye, and a diverse one below it. Two whitefpots on the wings. Upper 50 % of the end white, lower half black colored.Bill, lips and feet black colored. Motacilla Rubetra. Lin. Syji. Nat. i. 186, 18. edit. 10.^ Scop. Ann. i. N° 237.Kram. eh p. 375. N° 5,Whinchat. Rati Syn. p. 76. A. 3.Will. Orn. p. 22J.Penn. Brit. Z00L I. I.Lath. Gen. Syn. 4. 454. 54. Le PLATE LX. Lc grand Traquet, ou le Tarier. Brif. orn. 3. p, 432. N° 26. pi 24./. 1. Buff. off. 5. p. 224.—PL enl 678. /. 2.Geftettenfehlagar. j£r«w. 375.Groffer Fliegenfuenger. Frijch. f. 22. That is a standard Bird in mod: components of European countries. In Englandit is feen within the North just into the fummer ; however in the South it con-tinues the complete 12 months. It really is often feen regarding heaths w

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Image from web page 335 of “Germany;” (1912)
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Title: Germany;
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Dickie, James F., 1848- Compton, Edward Theodore, ill Compton, E. Harrison (Edward Harrison), sick
Topics: Germany — information and vacation
Publisher: London : A. & C. Ebony
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rate here had been the stormiest ofwhich history bears an archive, and beneath the chargeof treason he was virtually expelled. The town hasseen Gustavus Adolphus and Tilly within its walls.It had also a number of visits from Napoleon. Therefore ithas a most notable history. From 1816 to 1866 the German Parliament heldits sessions here. Bismarck was probably the most dis-tinguished person in that body. Throughout the firstyear of his sojourn the landlord associated with the housewhere he lodged took away the dining table bell he usedto call the servants when he had letters for thepost. He rang so usually that landlord tookthis strong step. Whenever Bismarck had his corre-spondence prepared once again to be held on post-office, he fired a pistol. The landlord, alarmedat the noisy report, hurried in. Bismarck coollyaddressed him and stated, Sir, you took away mybell, and so I had recourse toward only technique ofsummoning a servant which was left. It is needlessto say that the bell was at as soon as restored to itsplace. COBURG—DUCAL CASTLE AND PARK

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THE LUTHER LAND 135 Bismarck had been right here once again on a more historicoccasion, in-may 1871, when the treaty of peacebetween Germany and France ended up being finalized. Thatnight the fountains in Frankfort went with wine. Frankfort was long the second mercantile cityof Germany, Hamburg being 1st. It hasalways been the Banking-house additionally the ExchangeCity associated with the Fatherland. Inside Juden Gasse theold dwelling-place of Meyer Anselm Bauer, thefounder for the famous Rothschild Bank, is stillstanding. Here he established himself as a money-lender within sign Zum rothem Schilde. We haveoften heard a classic lady, who was created in 1791 andlived till 1882, tell just how she was often times withher daddy into the small straight back parlour of the home Zum rothem Schilde. She had numerous interestingstories to tell associated with creator associated with the Rothschildfortunes. Using this simple venture within the JudenGasse sprang the truly amazing European Banking-house,without whose help no European Power would cryhavoc and let fall the dogs of war. Various paces distan

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Image from web page 291 of “an all-natural history of wild birds : illustrated with a hundred and another copper plates, curiously engraven from the life” (1731)
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Identifier: naturalhistoryof02albi
Title: A normal reputation for birds : illustrated with a hundred plus one copper dishes, curiously engraven from life
Year: 1731 (1730s)
Authors: Albin, Eleazar, fl. 1713-1759 Derham, W. (William), 1657-1735 Dwight, Jonathan, 1858-1929, previous owner. DSI Tucker, Marcia Brady, former owner. DSI
Topics: Birds Birds
Publisher: London : Printed the author and offered by William Innys in St. Paul’s Church garden, John Clarke under the Royal-Exchange, Cornhill, and John Brindley at King’s Arms in New Bond-Street
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